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. lara is ten blocks south of us right now. p sten pen station. lara is ten blocks out from us. i'm sure a lot of people have tickets there. at penn station. >> it's so much fun. there's amazing energy. i want you to meet a couple of my new friends. mitch and omar. we believe that we're holding the winner. i know you all do too. we can debate. we'll all know at 11:00 p.m. tonight. what is your strategy at winning numbers? >> strategy was the quick pick strategy. >> you went that? all right. >> i have friends and we have another pool. we all picked birthdays. >> how many dollars spent? >> on those tickets, we probably put $20 a week on that one. >> they say the odds are 1 in 176 million that one of us will win, does it deter you? >> no. >> everyone is lucky eventually. >> this is omar, everybody. he's just feeling that one lucky dollar. guys, stay with us. coming up on the show, i'll be telling you exactly what you need to know if you're the one holding the lucky ticket. we're going to buy some more to increase the odds. so stay with us, guys, for now, though, back to you. from penn stati
's next with lara logan, zalmay khalil s.a.d.d., dexter filkins and jere van dyke. >> everyone i speak on the taliban side and the government is not in the government specifically but on the afghan side, the non-taliban side say they are preparing for civil war and if you look at the battlefield. the taliban isn't that interested in the u.s. anymore their focus is on 2014. post the u.s. they've been systematically going after all the leaders of the non-pashtun groups like the tajiks, the uzbeks, and they've been eliminating all the potential competition for the civil war. that's what they are... their strategy is built on that now. >> for the immediate future, of course, the focus has to be to preclude an escalation in tensions between the afghan people and the coalition. i believe that general allen who is here needs to go back and meet with the people who have been affected by this massacre and we need to show empathy, sympathy, an also financial support for the victims. and if the officer can be protected, if there is an expedited judicial process as transparent as possible, that wo
of their own stars. and lara is with us with the latest. >> yep. talking prescription medication reportedly here. and millions of americans get totally wrapped up in reality tv. and it seems sometimes the stars of the shows get wrapped up in them, as well. but it can often be hard for them to live up to the characters we see on tv. >> this is the situation right here. my abs are so ripped up, it's called the situation. >> reporter: his nickname has become an everyday part of our vocabulary. >> that's ingredients for situation. >> reporter: but lately his conduct on "jersey shore" has raised eyebrows, with tmz reporting on his bizarre behavior during the recent cast camping trip. >> mike is a schizo right now. he's paranoid. he makes me feel not normal. >> reporter: now mike "the situation" sorrentino, has admitted he's dealing with a drug situation. writing on his website, i have voluntarily taken steps to take care of a drug treatment situation, i had because of exhaustion. i continue to work. famous for his hard partying, drinking and those abs, he has slowly turned himself into a full-fl
at a group of problems that fort lewis will face with correspondent lara logan. >>> gaza officials said two militants and a teenage boy were killed. it is the fourth day in a row that israel exchanged fire with palestinian militants. the cross border violence began on friday. israel killed a militant leader. at least 21 people in gaza have been killed. >>> in presidential politic, the focus is on the deep south as mississippi and alabama hold their republican primaries tomorrow. in a cbs news new york times poll out this morning, republican voters nationwide give rick santorum a 4-point edge over mitt romney. >>> 73%, expect romney will win the republican presidential nomination. political correspondent jan crawford is covering the gop campaign. she's in birmingham, alabama, this morning. jan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, erica. here in alabama, there are more than a few republicans who hope that 73% think romney is going to win are wrong. you hear a lot about southern hospitality. the south has not been that friendly to mitt romney. this time, though, he may have just enough fr
morton, a man who spent a quarter century in a texas prison for a murder he didn't commit. lara logan shows why morton was set free and the district attorney is now being investigated. >> reporter: in 1987 in a very public trial, michael morton was convicted of brutally murdering his wife. as he was led away to prison, he insisted he was innocent. >> i didn't do this. >> sorry, what? >> i did not do this. >> reporter: hardly anyone believed him. until last year when he was exonerated by dna testing. >> let's go. >> reporter: by then, he had spent nearly 25 years of his life behind bars. what was it like for you to walk a free man? >> it was so alien at first. it wasn't quite real. we stepped out of the courtroom and it was a beautiful sunny day. the sun felt so good on my face, on my skin. i felt like i was just drinking in the sunshine. >> reporter: had you felt it in 25 years? >> i'd felt the sun, but i hadn't felt free sun. >> lara logan is with us along with attorney barry scheck, co-director of the innocence project to reopen the morton case. thank you for joining us, lara. how c
he call you lara? >> yes, we did the dance, the dance of joy or happiness? remember that? >> no. >> work with me? >>> and you all got to see "the hunger games" yesterday, you, sam, and josh. >> uh-huh. had a great time. we have all of the stars that will be here next week. you see sam, he had the hunger bag. >> i had the bag and the t-shirt. >> i didn't want to pay for the popcorn, you stuffed it in the bag. >> we snuck snacks in. i will say though, that one of us is a cryer. one of us is a talker. and one of us has the t-shirt. yeah. that's it. >> you can weigh in on that. >> i'm guessing josh did not cry. >> he's a cryer. no, it was robin, right? >> josh was talking too much. he is off today. we're going to go back to dan harris, the weekend anchor. great to have you here with us, dan. >> thanks, guys. we're going to start with a tant liegz question, are gas prices finally going down? for some of us, the answer is yes. the price of a key ingredient in gas sold in california has dropped about 50 cents in the last month. here's the thing price trends always star
his secret world and passion. >> did he call you lara? >> yes, we did the dance, the dance of joy or happiness? remember that? >> no. >> work with me? >>> and you all got to see "the hunger games" yesterday, you, sam, and josh. sam had the hunger bag. >> i had the bag and the t-shirt. >> i didn't want to pay for the popcorn, you stuffed it in the bag. >> we snuck snacks in. one of us is a cryer. one of us is a talker. and one of us has the t-shirt. yeah. that's it. >> you can weigh in on that. >> josh didn't cry, i'm betting. >> who was the cryer? >> it was robin, right? >> jork was talking too much. he is off today. we're going to go back to dan harris, the weekend anchor. >>> good morning, everybody. good morning to you. we're going to start with a tantalizing question, are gas prices finally, finally going down? for some of us, the answer is yes. the price of a key ingredient if gas sold in california has dropped in the last month. the prices that start in california often spread east. >>> an afghan interpreter who set himself on fire on the runway where the secretary of defens
be created. here's the only problem, someone fact-checked that and we have that person on the show, lara skinner from cornell university's global labor institute. it's great to have you here. tell us if 119,000 jobs is remotely true in terms of the jobs created by key stone. >> we did a study of the jobs impact from key stone excel and found they had grossly overestimated the number of jobs >> shocking. >> yeah, shocking. transcanada, said it would create 20,000 direct jobs, we found 2,500 to 4,600 jobs per year over the two years, these are temporary construction jobs. they also said it's going to create 119,000 jobs, that's direct induced and indirect jobs. we found it's going to be 30% to 40% of that job. >> some of the material being used is not produced in this country, but luckily, when the oil heads down to the refinery in texas, i mean that's an american refinery right, lara? >> yeah, i mean, the problem is is they, you know, america needs a jobs plan, we have a major unemployment crisis, but key stone is not the jobs program or the job stimulus that transcanada and other propone
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going strong after 40 years. >> lara logan hit the road with steven tyler an the band. she'll give us a preview. >>> it's time for "healthwatch." here's dr. holly phillips. >> good morning. today in "healthwatch," exercise and work. going to the gym is not only good for your health. it may also boost your career. according to new research, workers who participated in some form of physical activity had lower rates of depression and burnout at work. the study was done by dividing workers into four groups, one that did not work out, one that exercised for 70 to 100 minutes a week. one for 150 to 240 minutes a week and the last group that worked out for more than 240 minutes a week. people in the 150 minutes group were the least likely to experience work burnout and those who didn't exercise at all were the most likely to experience burnout and depression. the researchers say this is a reminder to employers to encourage their workers to exercise and employers can make it easier by providing flexible hours or building gyms on company grounds. it will boost your bottom line and your health.
america" re-enactment, lara. >> that's amazing. >> 'cause i'm singing and laughing -- >> in the rain. >> thank you. >> beautiful. >> thank you very much. thank you. thank you. >>> you know, josh, that qualifies as a broadway performance, my friend. that means we're up for the tonys this year. this year, we're up for a tony on that. thank you. your votes are appreciated. let's get to the boards. good morning, everybody. one or two things we want to show you this morning as we step outside your doors. we're going to start with a live shot on wcvb, everything you need to know about boston comes out of that place right there. and this morning, there's a little chilly air there, just like there is here. now, we're going to watch some milder temperatures kind of settle in this week. but don't expect 70s. no, i think we'll be 50s and 60s this week. it may be next week when we get a chance to warm up a bit more. boston about 50 degrees. philly, 68 on wednesday. washington, d.c. comes into about 73. here comes all those strong and severe storms along the cold front. and today, i would look ou
to see, things did not go according to plan. i don't think that's what he had in mind. as abc's lara spencer reported yesterday, there is a new study that says women spend three hours a week redoing chores that men mess up. i am not an expert. i've not done a lot of contracting work in my days. but i suspect, suspect, that that's going to take more than three hours. >> you think? >> to fix. i'm just saying. >> i think that's going to hurt. ow. >> oh. >> how does that even happen? >> that dude is in the doghouse. forever. >> yeah. everybody's in the doghouse. here all week. >> yes, you are. >>> what do you think there, sam? >> yeah, wow. let's just start with all of this rain that continues to shift east with this front. it's slow moving. that's why the totals are so incredible. in one day to get six inches of rain, ten inches of rain, that's saying something. that's what happens as the slow shifts. eastern louisiana, is the key. arkansas, still in the heavier rain today. we've had very active severe storms this morning in that same part of the country. so, keep an eye on that during
this monday morning together. we're live in times square. lara? >> what a great crowd. >>> here's a look at what else we have coming up. it's lady gaga like you have never heard her before. revealing if she wants kids and how many. >>> and a "dancing with the stars" exclusive. inside the final make or break rehearsals before tonight's big premier. >>> and hollywood's biggest stylists revealing how to get red carpet ready without spending the big buck. coming up on "gma." [ ringing ] hello? [ sea ] hello, this is the sea calling. [ laughing ] [ sea ] what's the last romantic thing he did for you? ohh, i don't know... ummm... did you have to do that to me? what counts as romantic? is somebody watching me somewhere? like emptying the dishwasher? [ laughing ] is this your mother? ♪ ♪ is another way to look at the bean. another way that reveals the lighter, mellower side of our roast. introducing delicious new starbucks blonde roast. the lighter roast perfected. ♪ and also to build my career. so i'm not about to always let my frequent bladder urges, or the worry my pipes might leak, get
. this is highly unusual. get out of the water and stay out. >> got that right. >> guys? oh, lara. >> not just in pop news. >> this is a special event. >> sorry i'm late. i haed to get back from central park. >> any luck with newt? >> no, but oddly, herman cain was oddly available. >> will you help me with pop news? >> i would love to. >> i don't know if you heard this story. we told you about the cupcake atm in l.a. i call it the acm, automated cup cake machine. so popular, it can't keep up with the demand. over 1 tourks people a day trying to make withdrawals. it can only take about 600 withdrawals. it was dispensing a cup cake a minute. >> that's 1,000 people and one pig. it happens. is there she >> she's going to hear it and come down. >> she loves cup cakes. >> who doesn't. 50 people deep, the line is. the pig deal is that the store is right next door. you can go inside. there's though line in the store. people just want to use the machine. >> very strange. >>> also in pop news. >> oh, sophia. >> 40 and fabulous. >> yes, she is. >> she is. turning the big 4-0. i like to call it the new 30
'm wearing them now, lara. >> we want to welcome back -- we want to welcome -- we would like to welcome rock and fashion star gwen stefani just joined and she tweeted some great pictures. this video from '91. her secret style back then was a hot glue gun. that held her costumes together. >> she hasn't changed much. >> no. sfwhmplg >>> now to the viral video of the day. i give this great dane such credit. the puppy seems to bemistaking his large friend for the family couch. all he wants to do is take a nap. he's unsuccessful for several times. the dane never flinches. he findly figures out the strig and i think we're going to run out of time. trust me when i tell you, they do both fall asleep. >> i had a great dane growing up. they're gentle giants. they'll sit there and take anything. >> thank you, lara. >>> okay, sam ventured out. he's with the wow crowd outside. >> you know me, robin. val valerie, from pennsylvania, did i say i love you yet? >> no. >> i love everybody else, too. is it your birthday? what is your name? >> chelsea. >> thanks for showing up. we have a huge, huge crowd. let's
. >> got that right. >> guys? oh, lara. >> not just any pop news. >> no, this is a special edition. >> oh! >> sorry i'm late. i had to get back from central park. >> any luck with newt? >> no, but oddly, herman cain was quite available. very strange. >> that exclusive coming up later. so, will you help me with "pop news." >> i would love to. >> i'm sorry i'm late. that's okay. let's get right to it, though. i don't know if you heard this story. we told you about the cupcake atm in l.a. i call it the acm, automated cupcake machine. so popular, it can't keep up with the demand. over 1,000 people a day trying to make withdrawals. the problem is it can only handle 600 cupcakes in 24 hours. at one point the acm broke down because it was dispensing a cupcake a minute. >> that's 1,000 people and one pig. it happens. >> she's going to hear it and come down. >> she loves cupcakes. >> who doesn't? >>> anyway, the machine is now all better. 50 people deep, though, the line is. the big deal is that the store is right next door. you can go inside. there's no line in the store. people just want to use
and its allies to take all the troops out of remote areas and afghan villages. lara logan is in washington. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. >> if these demands are carried out, what are the consequences? >> reporter: well, there's no indication these demands will be carried out. i mean, it is in line with the u.s.'s strategy to hand over to afghan security forces, whether that be in the villages or the towns. so in one sense it's not consistent -- i mean it is consistent but in another sense it really pushes up the timetable. what it seems to indicate is that this issue has become heavilyicizepoliticized. the problem is not in the villages of afghanistan. he has been very critical of an increasingly aggressive strategy in the villages by the u.s. because he feels that that is replacing what really should be an effective strategy regarding pakistan. if you look at his statements over the last few years he's made that point repeatedly and so far there's been no change in the u.s. policy towards pakistan. so it doesn't appear that the u.s. has heeded his call to this point a
areas and afghan villages. correspondent lara logan is in washington. good morning. >> good morning, charlie. >> if these demands are carried out what, are the consequences? >> well, there's no indication these demand will be carried out. it is in line with the u.s. strategy to hand over to afghan security forces. whether that be in the villages or the towns. in one sense, it's not consistent. i mean it is consistent. but in another sense, it pushes up the timetable. what it seems to indicate is this issue is heavily politicized. it does play to something president karzai has bp saying for a long time. the problem is not in the vim annals of afghanistan. an aggressive strategy in the villages by the u.s. he feels that is replacing what really should be an effective strategy regarding pakistan. if you look at his statements over the last few years, he's made that point repeatedly and so far there's been no change in the u.s. policy towards pakistan. so it doesn't appear that the u.s. has heeded his call to this point and there's no indication that the u.s. is going to do anything dra
. a very startling "what would you do?" that's coming up. lara is outside amidst the madness. >> so excited. the third album to open at number one. seven grammys. who are we talking about? >> happy birthday, chris martin. we love coldplay. >> it's his birthday today. coldplay, we love you. an amazing performance. guys, just a little excited out here. >> a big fuss made about his birtday today. >>> we have news. josh? >>> classes are resuming right now at chardon high school, the scene of this week's shooting. it follows an emotional return to the court of chardon's basketball team. reena ninan has the latest. >> reporter: when the students return to the cafeteria, the tables are repositioned in the opposite direction to give the place a different feel. meanwhile, we're hearing from the he oh teacher who many believe prevepted the carnage if being much worse. resilience and hope. overnight, chardon high school's pabl team returned to the court. this morning, they returned to school. students marched to the campus arm in arm on thursday, a tear-filled show of unity, as the assistant coach man
here today. we're sorry lara is not here to be part of it. she's not feeling so well. you love doing pop new, don't you? great to have bianna here. >> i love it. >>> and diane sawyer is going to bring us more of her abc exclusive interview with jaycee dugard. what she says about finding love and the dreams she's fulfilling. >> a big bucket list. >>> the whole abc news team here today. katie couric across the way as well. >> hi, hi guys. >> something she's so passionate about. >> oh, i love the shoes. >> she's passionate about the shoes as well. >> talking about colons today. not shoes. but thank you. >> it does go with the shoes. >>> time for some news, josh. >>> breaking hows news out of japan. this one just east of tokyo. a new earthquake. this one came ashore this the same region of last year's. several coastal towns have been evacuated as a precaution. >>> an rick santorum is already in puerto rico, ahead of sunday's primary, fresh from his clean sweep of the south last night. he has a double-digit lead over romney in pennsylvania, santorum's home state. that shows a dead heat. i
see the problem. >>> lara? >> good morning. i have "pop news" for you. good morning to you all. get ready for the summer's new blockbuster. we're calling it when harry met diddy. prince harry and p. diddy have a date. the two fun-loving, single guys became friends five years ago at a tribute concert for princess diana. who knew? this time around, diddy says he will hit the club scene with the partying prince. we gathered that what happened. >>> richard gere. richard gere. >> i heard about this. >> i'm not happy. he's talking serious smack about one of my favorite movies of all-time. in a new interview, he says he never liked "pretty woman." calling the '80s classic -- '90s classic. that he starred in with julia robert, a silly rom-com. he tells "women's day" he has forgotten. it's his least-favorite movie. really? what about "dr. t. and the women"? or "autumn in new york"? huh? >> you went there. >> gere, it's on. >> i like the movies. but wow. >> i love that movie. >> those are fighting words. >>> i'm going to get through this. you know the saying. you want something done right, yo
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